Mr. and Mrs. J. Thygesen celebrated
their twenty-fifth wedding; anniversary
laat night at their home, 402 Hall ave
nue, by entertaining a number of rel
atives and friends. Piano selections
were rendered by Mrs. Kestrup and
Miss K. Thygesen. Dancing was also
enjoyed by the company. The supper
march took place at 5:S0 . Mr. and
Mrs. Thygesen were the recipients of
many handsome and useful gifts.
Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. P. Andersen, Mr. and
Mrs. It. I„arsen, Mr. and Mrs. IjUnd,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Madsen, Mr. and Mrs, C. Klelrup,
Mr. and Mrs. A Kay, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Bhroader, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jorgensen,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Dlikson and Mr and Mrs. J. Thyge
sen, the Misses Lillian and Viola Ktet
rup, Dagmar Jorgensen, Ida Klein,
Marie Madsen, M. Knudsen, Frank
Klein, Nels and William Kletrup, Al
fred Kay, Malcolm Hansen and Wil
YACHT CLUB HAS
The midsummer dance and enter
tainment of the Rarltan Yacht Club,
hold at the pariah house of St
Peter's church in Rector street last
night, proved to be a big: success.
There were many members and
guests of the yachtsmen present. The
Clef Club musicians entertained with
numerous vocal, Instrumental and
dancing numbers, Interspersed with
the regular order of dances. The
affair was given under the auspices
of the house committee, with K. W.
McComas ns chairman.
The clubhouse was elaborately
decorated yesterday, and open house
was enjoyed throughout the day by
many of the members -ef the club and
auxiliary and guests.
A. Fourth of July picnic arranged by
U. 8. Oarrlson, of Gordon street, was
held yesterday at the Metuchen picnic
grounds. A. frankfurter roast was
served at 10 o'clock. The entire af
ternoon was enjoyably spent by the
members of the party playing games.
The day's festivities closed with a
suppor, which was served at 6:30
Those who attended the affair were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ν1 eh off and the
Misses Margaret, Louise and Uather
Ino Nlehoff, of Ridgewood, L. I.: Miss
IX Vumbusch, of Jersey City; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Hubble. Mrs. Sarah Drake,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Drake, Mr. and Mrs.
Alonzo Drake, Mrs. WHIiani FijUer
ton, the Misses Dorothy and Myrtle
Drake and Miss Esther Fullerton,
Messrs. John Clark, Clifford, Roy and
Irwin Drake and Henry Fullerton, of
Metuchen; Mr. and Mrs. IT. S. Garri
son, the Misses Susie, Ada and Ma
rie Frey and Madeline Thompsen and
Kenneth Van Horn, of Perth Am>boy.
CARD PARTY AND
The Rector's Guild of St. Peter's
church will held Its patftotic card
party and dance tonight in the parish
house in Rector street, all arrange
ments having been completed by the
various committees In charge of the
The committee which have been
working to make this affair a success
are: Miss Margaret Wight, chair
man; tickets, Miss Margaret Wljht
and Miss Sarah Jones; decorations,
Miss Florence Duncan and Miss
Gladys Andrews; publicity, Mies
Margaret Booa, Miss Florence Gai
retson and Miss Harriet Tlce; music.
Mise Laura Stranberg. Miss Evelyn
Remmicke, Miss Edith Arnold and
Mrs. B. Johnstone; refreshments,
Miss Lavlnia Colyer, Miss Madge
Rankin, Miss Stella Rankin and Mine
Music for the dancing will be fur
nished by Wilfred Johnstone's or
chestra. The patronesses of the affair
are Mrs. James S. Wight, Mrs. L. P.
Boor. Mrs. S G. Garretson, Mrs. I. D.
Tlce, Mrs. W. Martin, Mrs. P. Chaee,
Mrs. C. C. Baldwin, Mrs. William
Davis and Mrs. W. Northey Jones.
The parish house will bo decorated
with patriotic colors, while pink
rambler roses will also add to the
appearance. Tickets may be pur
chased at the door.
MR. AND MRS. BROWN
GIVE DINNER DANCE
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown, «f
123 Water street, entertained about
forty guests last night at a dinner
dance held at their home in honor of
the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Abel
Hansen, of Metuchen, and several of
their friends from Englewood.
After dinner had been enjoyed the
guests retired to the front porch and
luwn, both of which were elaborately
decorated with Japanese lanterns.
Music was furnished for the dancing
by Prltc\ard's orchestra.
Y. M. C.A. AUXILIARY
TO MEET TOMORROW
The formation of an auxiliary to
the Red Cross will form the main
topic of discussion at a meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C.
A. at the Y. M. C. A. at 4 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. Other business
of Importance will also be transacted
at this meeting.
R. Y. C. AUXILIARY
The monthly meeting of the I.adics
Auxiliary of the Raritan Yacht Club
will be held tomorrow afternoon at
the club house In Water street. The
regular business meeting will be held
at 3:30 o'clock, but tables will be set
for bridge and five hundred at 2:80,
for those who wish to ftlJU' JTTioi·
The Γβροΐ'ί.«ώ£ 'ipmmlttee on work
for tliç^.1 V/»fci-vUl be received,
A short business session of the Idle
Hour Sewing and Social Club was held
Tuesday night at the home of Mies
Marie Andersen, of 876 Hldgeley
street. It wus decided by the club
membors not to hold any further
meetings during the summer months.
Refreshments wore served at the close
of tho meeting.
WED AT ST. PETER'S
St. Peter's church was the scene of
the wedding of Frederick Franklin
Busse and Alice Caroline Edith Holth
uscn, both of Perth Araboy, at 8:SO
o'clock last night. Th<v ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Dr. Northy
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, of
Compton avenue, spent yesterday
visiting relatives at Cranbury.
Mrs. W. Dunham and daughter,
Sylvia, have returned to their homi)
at Fords from a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. 9. Burkeson, of Neville street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds and chil
dren, of Pacific avenue, wore New
York visitors yesterday.
John Bjornson, Einer Larson,
Adolph Larsen, Carl Jensen and C.
Larsen, of this city, spent yesterday
In New York City visiting the Mu
seum of Natural History and other
points of Interest.
Miss Margaret Flynn, of Mt. Τλτ
etto, spent yesterday visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Flynn, of
John Holmes, D. L. Hull, William
Qulglcy, Willis Hull and John Cleary.
all of this city, have returned home
from a motor trip to Lake Hopat
Miss Esther Andersen, of Barclay
street, and Miss Marie Andersen, of
Rldgeley street, spent yesterday at
Lewis Morris, of Compton avenue,
spent yesterday at Atlantto High
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mulllns, of New
Brunswick avenue, are receiving con
gratulations upon the birth of a son
Saturday, June SO.
Mr. and Mrs. Coles and daughter
Dorothy, of Ploasantvllle, Ν. Y.,
spent Tuesday end Wednesday with
their daughter, Mrs. Walter Warr, In
Harold Williams, of Newark, spent
I yesterday with his aunt, Mrs. William
Van Pelt. In Rector street.
Mildred Westcott, daughter of the
Rev. and Mrs. Wilbert Westcott, was
operated on at the City Hospital
Tuesday afternoon for appendicitis.
Mrs. A. M. Shock, of First street,
Visited friends In Brooklyn yesterday.
Misses Helen and Katherine Moore,
of Madison avenue, spent yesterday
at Asbury Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Luckhurst. of
Water street, are the proud parents of
a nine and a half pound daughter
born Monday. Mrs. Luckhurst vu
formerly Miss Henrietta. Weldon.
Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon, of
Smith street, visited in New York
Miss Helen Prost. of Brighton
avenue, has returned home after a
week's visit in Brooklyn.
Edgar Mallet, of Front street, has
returned home from the Manhattan
Eye Inftrmary In New York, where ho
was operated on for cataract of the
eye caused by a piece of steel. The
operation was successful.
Miss Margaret Boor, of Fayette
street, has returned home frogt a
week spent at the Sunday school sum
mer school at Gladstone, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren McMahon, of
Broad street, have returned home
from a visit with relatives at Cold
Spring Harbor, L I.
Edward Nelson Headier, of Green
port, visited r.angan Skldmore, of
Brighton avenue, yesterday.
Mr. and Mr». George W. Parlnen,
who have been away on their wedding
tour through the eastern states, have
returned to their home on High street.
Mise Edith Mallet, of Front street,
visited relatives In Newark yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hosenberry, of
Kdgewater, visited friends In this city
Tuesday on their way to Palymyra in
their motorcycle anl side car.
Mies Klva Lee, of Trenton, has re
turned home from a two weeks visit
with her sister, Mrs. E. W. Moke, of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moke, of Madi
son avenue, spent Wednesday at the
home of Harry Scott, of Craabury.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drost and fam
ily, of Brighton avenue, went In their
car to Flemlngton yesterday.
VOTING STARTS IN DITMAS
Voting will start today in the popu
larity contest to be held by the Dltmas
theatre to decide which of the ten
young women in this city are to ap
pear In the local movie entitled "Perth
Amboy Today," and also to attend the
dinner and theatre party to be given
In their honor In New York. AU lo
cal scenes taken here in the past have
been exteriors, but the Tlsdale Indus
trial Film Company, who have
charge of making the picture are
bringing their lighting plant so that
interiors can also bo photographed.
The big, gaudy camera car will be
on the streets dally fi r the next two
weeks taking events and happenings
of Interest. Coupons in the voting
contest will be Issued with all admis
sion tickets and contestants will not
be asked to sell any coupon books or
obtain votes In any other manner
than at the box office when tickets
are purchased. The ten young women
roceiving the largest number of vote*
will each be assigned an equal role In
the film and will be tendered a trip to
New York, a dinner at one of the big
restaurants followed by a theatre
party. A request from Mayor Ten
Broeck has been received to photo
graph the municipal farm and the
public are requested to mall to the
Dltmas theatre any special scenes of
events that they would like to have
taken as it is the intention to make
the rllirt "Perth Amboy Today'1 ev
erything the name Implies.
—William Zangenberg was Install
ed president of Thor Lodge No. 4β,
Danish Brotherhood, Tuesday night
at the Installation of the newly elect
ed officers. Mr. Zangenberg succeeds
Ole Ν. Olesen. The other officers
that were placed In their chairs are
as follows: Vice president, Paul
Jessen: trustee, Paul K. Petersen;
conductor, inner guard, Edward Sor
ensen, and outer guard, Mynard Ol
sen. After the installation a social
time was held.
Sophie Qeddry, ten yearn and six
months old, daughter oc Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Qeddry, of 414 Mechanic
street, died this morning at the city
hospital, following an operation for
appendicitis. She is survived by her
father and mother and sister. Ar
rangements for the funeral are being
Mm. Kofio K. Wilson.
By Bpecial Correspondent. ..
Woodbrldge, July, 5—jift-s." Rose K.
Wllao* "■Nte-ej'-ii'fbert Wilson, died at
her home In King George's road yes
terday morning. Mrs. Wilson, beside»
her husband, Is survived by seven
children, the youngest of whom Is an
infant nine days old. The funeral
services will be held from her ΙβΛβ
ftwrtri'e Rtinday'afiwr-Kotin at iriti. xn«
Interment will follow in the Presbyte
rian cemtery. Rev. R. W. Mark will
WlUett lieu Ike.
By Special Correspondent.
WoodbHdge, July 6.—Wlllett De
nlke, who died at his home In West
town, Ν. Y., last Saturday, was burled
In the Fresbyterlan churchyard yes
terday afternoon. Mr. Donlke wai
born In Woodbrldge nearly forty-three
years ago and the greater part of hi»
young life was «pent here with hli
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Matt
lson Melick. He married Miss Hattle
Pearson who alone survives him. Al
though In til health for many months
the end came suddenly. Mrs. Denlke
has the sympathy of a large circle of
friends In the community. As her
father and mother were hastening to
her last Saturday In their eon's liuto
Mr. Pearson, Sr. was stricken with
paralysis and Is still In a critical con
dition at the home of his brother near
Little Falls. Mrs. W. B. Krug and
Mrs. Pearson were oblged to remain
at Little Falls
Min. Maria IL Wentworth
Mrs. Maria M. Wentworth, seven
ty-eight years old, died this morning
at the home of Mr. and airs. Arthur
H. Hop·, 171 State street, with whom
she has made her home for the past
several months. Mrs. Wentworth
was an old member of the First Bap
She was the widow of the late
Alvln Wentworth. the first engineer
on the railroad bridge between this
city and South Amboy over the Rarl
The funeral will be held from her
late residence Saturday afternoon at
8 o'clock. Rev. William H. Bawden,
pastor of the First Baptist church,
will officiate and the Interment will
be In Alpine cemetery.
BROWN—At ElUabeBi, N. J.. July U.
191T. Lydla Α., widow of Renwlak
Wilson Brown, In her 7Sth year.
Funeral from her late residence, 14
Delaware St., Elizabeth. Friday, July
6th, at 2 p. m.
■■ ι. j* m
— A meeting of the Goodwill Fife,
Drum and Bugle Corps Is scheduled
to be held tonight.
-—An automobile owned by Louis
Klelnman. of 80 Madison avenue,
New York, backed into a machine
owned by Charles H. Dutcher, of 1J0
West Fourth street, Bloomfield, here
yesterday. But slight damage was
done, payment for which was agreed
upon between the auto owners. Pa
trolman Larson Investigated the acci
On· of LIf«*a Compensation·.
It le one of toe most beautiful com
pensations of this life, that no man can
rincerely try to help another without
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ROLL OF HONOR ]
In tlie Mosquito licet, O. 8. Navy. ,
Claude Du Bols, Howard Lyon, ,
Harry Hanson, George Sneath, Charles ]
Kuboxets, Albert Nelson, Lloyd j
Grlewold, Perth A mboy; Jack T. J
Scully, south Amboy: Charles j
Ixiwe, James Napier, Albert Dough
erty. Earl Anderson, Tottenvtlle: (
Leo Uhrlg, Wllbert Smith, WU- ;
11am Brittoni, Charles Sproul
Keyport; Jacob Lowenkopf. Keaa
bey; Victor Lots, Woodbrldge; Fred
Baier, Richard B. Carney. Matawan. ι
In Medical corsa
John J. Gerba, John 3. Cunningham
Nell O'Brien, Charles Trout, Albert Β. ,
MehafTey, Kdwnr-1 K. Proctor, Jr·. !
George A. Dobaon, William Behn,
Arthur La Roe. Leo Goldberger, ι
Charles W. Hubba, Leon - Feder, ;
Robert E. Spiegel. John E. Worobel. ι
William O. Muth. George D. Garalck,
William H. Nelson, Edward H. Klnsey,
Daniel B, Fella, Paul M. Wlckham.
Stanley F. Kacamarck. John Stlne, ,
Louts A. Polenaky, Perth Am
hoy; William Deak, Rooeevelt; ι
Charles Wetoer, South Amboy; 1
LeRoy Sproul, Keyport; Dr. J. D. I
Denelsbech, fipotswood; Dennis Klein, '
Keaebey; Roger Olmbernat, Bewaren; 1
G. H. Merellth, Woodbrldge.
In Nam Reserve. J
Lewis Compton, John McGolirlck.
N. Hatneld Tyrrell. Victor Rlcci, Lawr- ·
ence Oliver, Joseph Donohue, Ed- >
ward Tangaard, Joseph Deegan, Ken- '
netli Plerson, Elner BJork. William ι
Garls, Charles Nelson. Clifford De
Leon, Everett H. Larrlaon. Leslie Daln, !
Earl L. Smith. Howard Hardlman.
Perth Amboy; Charles AdK CJ, Rooeo- ι
velt; Albert KUlmeyer, Jr., Alonzo H.
Wlnant, Kreischervllle, 8. X.! Leater
Fisher, Huguenot Park, S. X.; Walter
Wilcox, Clifford Early, George Em- 1
mons. Cornelius White, Tottenvllle;
Norman Hoag. Chauncey B. Maneo,
Pleasant Plains; Raymond Butler, '
Richmond Valley; X^ouls Valentine,
Murine ΓπΠΜ- I
William Oberta. »-erfi Amboy: Alez
Lorenz, Carterei; Herbert Richards ,
Helmetta; Kenneth Conover. Keyport.
Alfred Thullesen. Anthony P. Stark,
Alfred P. Miller, Andrew Terlo, Jack
8. Allen, Thomas J. Major. Christian ■
Ramose, Fred Richards, Gilbert E.
Mart'n, Joseph Gibbons, Joseph Mil
ler, JoFeph Ijosesky, Henry An
derso>. Perth Amboy; Joseph
Coley, Sewaren; John J. Cosgrove, ,
George D. Sullivan, Mike M.
Kuskey, Frank J. Novlsk, Luke A.
Lovely, South Amboy; Edward Fugel,
Metucheri; Charlos L. Watson, Staten
Island; John McGrath, Harold M.
Compton. Melvln L. Leek, James
Hubba. Belford: PYed Bauer, Keyport.
Earl B. Walker, Salvator Heree,
Otto H. Miller, Ward W. Mulhern,
Alfred W. Roeseler. Perth Amboy.
y. M. C. A. War Work
Harold G. Jjiwton, Alfred Mathla
son, of Keyport.
Llndley Henry, Holpb W. Bauhahn,
Perth Am boy ; Kir uni S. Walling, Ed
win A. Denton, Alexander A. Haupt,
Albert Brajr, Keyport; Gordon Apple
by, Herbert Cornell. Spot» wood;
Kendal From, Woodbrldge; William
P. Coleman, Parlln. - ' "
„ _ , *foior Côtt* ' '
. Û°.v . U.oiitlne, Woodbrldge.
Francis Oliver, George Loftus,
John j Hallahan, William A. Semple.
Perth Amboy; George W. Stewart,
James M. McNamara, Salvator J.
Cerrachio, H. Seabrooke ficbanck,
Harold ''hrtg. Raymond McKlnney,
Key port; WalfjUj^oyen, Woodbrldge;
Aiu\juy ·, D»î?sw^^®out>l
ten vil le.
Allen N. Jones, Aymar ▼. Wood,
George F. Stettner, Louis A. Ilaaacn.
Arthur H. Johnaon, Howard H. John
son, Mlke ΙνΙηκ, John Wltkowekt,
George M, Shea, George Dawson,
Joseph M. Dalton, Paul A. Elchter,
Steve Lavay, Noah D. Relok, Axel
C. Jensen, Frank II. Cannon, Jesse
P. Jepson, George L. Olbrleh
Ignatius M. DIablk, Frank J. j
Balstha, George H. Pribula, Michael
J. Balstha, Klraer Lorensen, Harry J.
Collow, Joseph P. Ohmer. Albert M
Klstrup, Sylvester Walicky, Peter
Btlgrav, John R. I^arson, Jr., Joseph
W. Miller. Marco Nota, George S. Com
inskl, Matthew J. Ballnt, Frank Shax
ynekt, Alex Molnar, Joseph Gregor
skl, Felice Russo, Andrew Jandernp,
Cecil Buckelew. Steve Ceoper, Stanley
Llslckl. Alnkle MarcoMm. Paul Bolns
kl. Victor Fabroico, Abfced C· Lar
son, Perth Amboyi L«ô R. Foley. An
thony Jarnlck, Geol-ge J- Tracllno,
John C. Kreger, South Amboy; Ken
neth Falllet. TottenvlUe; Edward
Zlch. Harry Peterson. Fords; I^eon
Schanck. John B-ltton. Paul Stenxll,
Matthew Brlskle, Earl Cherry, John
J. Campbell, Keyport; Richard Letts,
Sayrevllle; Leetur R. Martin, Marian
Anness, Woodbridge; Walter Terhune,
Jameaburg; Lion A. Qulnn, South
Oiloers Reaerv*» Corp».
Perth Amboy: Edwin Kant, Charte·
Wright. Herbert Bankln, Robert Le·
Whitehead, Jr., John Ε. Toolan, David
T. Wllents, J. Scott Barns, Joseph
Massopust, Harold Cahen, William C. ,
Boughton, William C. Brandt. Frank
Allen. Philip Bellkove, George Aaroe,
Andrew Jensen, Oliver F. Mitchell.
M a ta wan; Henry T. Clark. Itoss
Fountain, Raphael Devlin, William H.
Sutphtn, Harold S. Close, George
Donald A. Hand, Harry Holm··,
Keyport; George Gundrum, Jr..
Holmes Cliver. South Amboy.
Hulmetta: Allan PnUllpa
Prince Bay. S. I.: Frank S. Rrowae.
Woodbridge: Walden H. McNatr,
Charles Campbell, Runyon Potter.
TottenvlUe: Ernest Frerlcha
Jameaburg: R. X. Drever.
Ill v. a, ΛΗΤ1.
Charles Magyar, Jultim Manrar
Carl Tlierkelsen, Joseph New
man, William Newman, -Percy
yuackeobuah. WUUam Bolt, George
Bitting, Leonard Π. Vanrund, Wilfred
Jolinstono, Walter E. Oladek, of Perth
Arrtboy: Hay Dunn, James Jones, Ches
ter Young, Mike Frits, August Sebes
ta, Vincent Ivan, Frank Margua, Jo
seph Heubb, Patrick Kelly, of Itooee
velt; Theaùan Campbell, Metuche.i
William D. Bungert, Edward J. l>eai\
on. S. Frank Mason, Jr., Theron Car
ter, John Heyer, Harold Menge, Frit*
Hoagland, Charles Sproul, Harry
Decker. Wlnfteld Decker, Keyport;
J. Raymond Miller, Charles Woglom.
Herbert Jones, HJalmar Erlekson, Ar
thur Knott, Albert McDonald, Joseph
Griffin, Jack Trafford, John Luwn.
Tottenvllle: Edward Kath. Wood
bridge: Jamee Fury, Raymond
Churchman, William Van Brunt Mat
awan; Andrew L. Vallk, Helmetta;
Henry C. Hall, Bernard Feist. Jr., Hu
guenot; Louis Peterson. Richmond
From Fe«1fc Amtioj: Harry 8. Wat
ton. second lieutenant at Fort Leavwt
worth: David Lucas. First Regiment,
New Jersey National Guard; Clarenoe
Davenport, Sid Infantry; Rufus Al
len. Ce. H, Third ti. 3. Infantry Η. β..
Walter Oliver. Co. I. Second Infantry,
N. J. N. G.: Samuel Cohen, Snd N. J.
Inf.. N. G. ; Abraham Lewkowltn, tnd
N. J. Inf., N. G-: Fred Sorenson, coast
artillery; Arthur H. Ludwlgsen, înd
Κ. J- Inf., Ν. Ο.; Hans Roeasler, Ν. H.
Coast Artllierr ; John 8. McCreery,
»rd N. 3. Inf., N. O.
Enlisted here and seat to Fort ek>.
cum: Christ Eetergaard. Joseph Klsl
nnn. M Iks Be it un. John Hlcbi, Alexan
der Tiuskolaskl. Charles Denary, Kit
Ruber/eld, EmU lew*. Joseph A.
Smith, Charles W. Ohmer. CarmelJ
Toacano, Monro· Herman, Jack Sora
edman, George Berlsh, William H,
Behwarts, John Dudaah, William Ner
lesky, Joseph W. Dakowskl, Joseph A.
Karlater, John Dudor, Llvlo Norman
die, Joseph 8. McFarlane, Abe Berko
wlti, Nlcodemue Burneckwaky, John
Evan, Mike J. Kaplusqlnskl, Ambrose
Brennan, Fred buckley, Herman
Zaf&rowlcz, Andrew Bar tush, Oscar R.
Und, Everltt Hoore, John F. Granat,
Walter Kellar, Carlo Croce, Mike
Croce, James stalker, Rotano D.
Dumlao, Howard Davenport. William
Holt, Adolph Gacat, Wojclech Feln
bocart, George M. Anderson, Mlk·
Devorclk, EU Jensen, William F. Fa*
slg, Richard Jeroff, Harry A. Lamp,
John Hladlk, Wojcteh Gazda,
Krlatos Markos, John Basa,
Mike Danlkow, Chris Rasmussen. Vln
cent A. Warga, Herman Koplowltz,
Steve J. Sablna, Elmer Parlsen, Frank
Kleman, Arthur J. Peterson, Joseph
Oraechoweky, Steve Bartow, Martin
L. Delta, Oliver C. Rogers, G. Brad
fleld Cop.tee, Carl N. Haseat?, Alack
Denezlak, Herman B. Stein, Stanley
F. Kacsmarek, George W. Faian,
Frank Shak, George J. Hani, Nil
Dine «en, Chris Anderson, Jr., Charles
K. Coblraj, Ignlclo Blancadon, Anto
nio Paonl, Jal Plont, Dominica Cape
lupo, Roland Jensen, Crestaw Fugows
kl, Hans P. Laurltsen, Vincent Thom
as, Chester I. Neoley, John Petesm
haleks, Robert P. Holcroft, Charles
Johnson, Oslp A 41 Ikandroick, Ed
ward Fit*. Joseph Ward, Bus Gucat,
Ansker, E. Anderson, Nlcolo Btella,
Peter Sloboda. Andrew Dworakoskl,
Matheas Hrattka, Alexander Dsl
fonso, John Tamaallzl, John G. Wil
son, Frank M. Rybore«yk, Steve Mich
aels, Ernest W. Blair, Rudolph
Peterson, Tony Cheney, WJadystavr
Stempnlck, Johep· R. Sallwanchlk,
Mike Skowronsk, Lester Torejc, Thom
as C. Gatle, Thomas A. Leonard, Frank
Toscek, Elner P. Petersen, Stefan
BaartaJ, John Lesko.
From South Aabny; Francis Michael
O'Leary, Steve Bishop, James A. 111·
her. Arthur J. Holme·, Edward L
Gannon, George H. H. Williams,
Christopher Ε Mulraln, Thomas Kerr,
Seventh Regiment. N. T. N. G. : Harold
Hoffman, Charles Shlnn, Harry Ston
aker, William M osa, Merton Ingraham,
Co. H. Third N. J. Inf.. N. G.: Carter
Bloodgood. Robert Fields, Troop Β. N.
J. Cavalry; Leon Compton. John
Foltnl, James J. Jones, Co. I, 2nd N.
J. Inf., Ν. Ο., Steve Kroslak.
Helmetta: Albert Roserlck.
Old Bridge: Edward C. Miller,
Staten Island: John Leon Gardner,
Norman Dilge. John Hewitt, George
Warner, Jr., Frank Grannandre,
Peter McDonald, Tottenvllle:
Richard Townsend, Edward
Townsend, Robert Johnson, John H.
Bennlng, Pleasant Plains; John W.
O'Meara, Jr., Benjamin Peterson,
Woodbrldge: Stanley E. Drummond,
flayrevllfo: Wlllfam Ltpplncott. Se*··
enth Regiment, Ν. Y. N. G.i Walter
Materna, lohn Syato.
Monmouth Junction: Theodor· Β
Matawan: Stanley P. Magle, Caruso
Metuchen: William Smith. Edward
Breen, Kenneth Spear, Sterling B.
RooMTelt: I red Reldle. Joseph
Toung, T. Clayton Toung, Charles
Rapp, Frank Green, Edward Walsh,
Peter Drengberg, Andrew Nugg, Frank
Chassie, Charles W. Hjtchtns, Ernest
Burrowek, Roy Dunn.
Keyport: Peyton Woodhoeee. WU
-iies-Jietfer " " —
South River: Frank PaaozulkowekL
Matthew S. Nelson. William F. Splat
Belford: Otto W. Hlllman.
Red Bank: Domlnlck Calorleo.
Storage and Trucking
*" * ru&ieSii
tM-ZM ItMUn It Fartt Amt
CASH OB CREDIT
▲create tor "Plerc«," "Dayton" and
other leadlox makes of Bicycle».
Lafvest stock of Revolvers, Rlflee.
Ou ne and Ammunition In town at
AARON KAUFMAN. U1 STATE ST.
j.F. BURNS & SON
BAR WORK and KTPPLIES.
193 New Brunswick Ave.
S lut m boo In gu4 Hulcerlaf
Try my Oil Shampoo. — None better.
The Rarltan Bulldln*.
Cor. of ltadleon Ave. and Smith at.
Fortnerly Over Royal Theatre.
DR. BERNARD FELDMAN,
>M BTaT· «T.. NBA» BMITH.
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
HOUR·: » a m. to « p. m., tlally,
Bmlsn by iwefirtawt
L. C. Stark
159 Smith 3treet
Perth Amboy, N. J.
from flies—use our screen
doors and screens
tor that garden and lawn
we have them to suit
everybody and at
W.H.McGormick S Son
82 Smith Street
EXPERT DRY CLEANING
of downs Dresses, Etc.. Curtain*
Cleaned. Fin· Garments a Specialty.
VP-TO-DATl DRY CtiEANIBfQ,
I'kaa. Hogas· ««'.
Tel. 1741. 27» King at .
M GMqe Da It
Phone 1471. Oerner Smith and Hlffhr
C. P. CONVERY
HE SELLS COAL
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
558 State St.
Pockets Lehigh Valley Railroad
ON it I'M Β
Ο Ν VER Y
■ . — liV
GRAHAM & McKEON
Excavating, Grading. Etc. Band,
Gravel. Broken Stone. Cartlne, Site.
9M SMITH ITIUEBI
am mbw BBumwioK avb.
For yo vuifrbt trouoins consult
' r. J. Monaehan, Optometrist, No. 71
1th It Dally »:>0 to 1»; 1:W to Mt,
QDday, Friday. Saturday, till I. Tail
17TB. Horn» appointments.
-HMffMCK WHITE δτβΰΝ8"
Telephone No. t
Oonoral and Special Machina, Pattern.
Boiler and Blacksmith ^orlt
' · ■ ■ ■ ■ »
DR. J. MORROW
The RARITAN BUILDING
Cor. Smith St a ad Madlaop Ave.
Re°"of%C* HOURS: · to I^Dofir ""
Monday and Saturday evening*
MAIM runcD at kcpaihkd
tVS S«i<h St. ToL 4M»
Office Srd Floor. Room t1|
RAG RUGS WOVEN
1* le. to 10 ft. wide, without T"ni
We wlu. or cu»to-n«r m»y, «upplj«3
ran Jou m%m »«γ· b* buyln/ air*ei
Γ RUG & CARPET CO.
w«. *. J rint I
WL Wl Mtawu· CkMitiilr m~
Oonwal Hlagor tn4 Erector.
To win*—D*jr or Nig-ht.
β 1>"M« Fjrtfc Arab»?, a. J.
Btor**. Ground. Second St
Cor. Hall &
Ν. N. ALLINQ
Rewdeoc· 195 Gordo· St
MiOBT WMBK turn TMPf u» th. Hudaon Rlvar te Vnt Paint. tt~w
burgh. Pou«hke«psle and otfcw pointe. Far rate· and ί urtiver ta
formation write or call at tke
JACOB GOLD6ERGER TICKET OfflCE
4SS Hate St., ear. Wae*ta*tea.
*er«h AMlwr, N. *
GARRETSON S high Street
, Automobile Sert lee
, Closed Care for
praàdlng». Funeral·. '
) *Md Calb Attended te
Pnueral Director and
I Interment· Arraacad
On Cali Day or M1|U
I'M THE MAN
To take a
We have secured and offer for sale on Friday and Saturday
1,000 POUNDS SPECIAL COFfCE
This will be the last opportunity to secure this fine coffee
at this price. In view of proposed tax of coffee, purchase your
2 Lbs. for 38c
$1.00 Nuxated Iron 79c
$1XX) Lydia Pinkham .. .69o
60c Doan's Kidney Pills.39c
35c Fletcher's Castoria. .22o
25c Listerine 19o
50c Swamp Root 39c
$1.00 Horlick's Malted
50c Sloan's Liniment... .39o
$1.00 Imperial Granuiu.. 80o
25c Omega Oil 19c
25c Atwood Bitters 19o
175 Horlick Malted
50c La Blanche Face
50c Pussy Willow Face
50c Java Rice Powder .. .39c
35a D. & R. Cold Cream. . 29c
25c Cuticura Soap 20c
25c Resinol Soap 20o
15c Palmolive Soap 9c
25c Cashmere Soap, 3 for 69c
12c Stock Castile Soap,
3 for 25c
50c Pompean Massage
50c Pond's Vanishing
13c Peroxide Soap, 3 for, -25c
"ohoice of following odors:
Baby Talc, Wisteria.
full size can Airfloat Talcum.
Corylopsis, Lilac, Violet, Rose,
Gillette Blades, V2 doz. . .45ο
100 Âsafoetida Pilla 25c
Beef, Iron and Wine,
Syr. Hypopliosphites, pt. .75o
100 Caacara Pills 25o
8 oz. Milk Magnesia 25o
100 Cathartic Pills 25c
Foot Powder, sprinkle
top can ; very fine .... 25c
Gem Blades, 7 in. pkg 30c
100 Bland Pills 25c
Sarsaparilla Comp., bot.. .75c
Epsom Salt, lb 10c
Now is Talcum Powder time. We have all standard makes.
On Friday and Saturday, we offer
15c size LAZELL'S TALCUMS
Wisteria, Massatta, Honeysuckle, Sweet Pea, Babykin,
2 cans for 25c
RIDLEY'S BROKEN CANDY
Finest Candy for Children.
"So Good They Want It." "So Pure They Should Dave It."
Wo have it in three sizes.
5c, 1 Oc and 1 5c
SPECIAL ASSORTED CHOCOLATES
We have received a fresh shipment of Special Chocolates,
60c quality. Friday and Saturday only, 3Qc
r- HERE'S MY HEADQUARTERS —
NELSON'S DRUG STORE
STATE AND CENTRE ST S.
FRESH HOME MADE CLAM CHOWDER AND fISH
CAKES EVERY FRIDAY
Roast Beef Roast Ham Roast Chicken
Potato Salad Chicken Salad
Everything In The Delicatessen Line — Always
Fresh And Always Good
36 Smith Street
J. LESSLAUER, Prop,
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